Clinton County Solar Eclipse 2024: Are You Prepared?

Free Solar Eclipse Glasses Still Available!

We are still giving away free Solar Eclipse glasses with a library card, while supplies last! 

Here are the details for the receiving your glasses:

  • Patrons must have a Frankfort Community Public Library Card/Clinton County Contractual Library Card in their own name.
  • Patrons may receive one pair of glasses per library card. For parents with children, they will need a library card in each child’s name to receive glasses.
  • If you received glasses at the Solar Eclipse Family Fun Day and/or NASA Solar System Ambassador event, you may still receive an additional pair with your library card.
  • If you do not have a library card, now is a great time to get one! Library cards are free. To register for a library card, you will need a photo i.d. with your current address or an i.d. and a piece of mail with a current address.

Questions? Call or stop by and we’d be happy to help! Glasses made be picked up at the library’s Circulation Desk.

Solar eclipse glasses and programs are made possible through funding from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Preparing for the Eclipse

Looking for the perfect place to view the eclipse? Click here for a map of the path of totality provided by Eclipse Be sure to plan for your event carefully. Here is a great list of, “Where to Watch and Stay” provided by Below is a video with more information on preparing for the eclipse.

Photographing the Eclipse

Hoping to catch the perfect image of this special event? Here some tips from NASA on photographing the eclipse.

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